Goodlettsville Asset Protection Lawyers
One of the biggest concerns that our clients have is the possibility of losing their homes, assets and properties through the bankruptcy process. It is important to understand that simply because you disclose your assets to the bankruptcy court and file for bankruptcy protection that does not mean that you will automatically lose your property. Many people who file for bankruptcy are able to keep most or all of their assets.
At Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, our attorneys provide legal representation to clients throughout the bankruptcy process. We understand the concerns that people have about losing their home and personal possessions and work to help clients maintain those possessions, as well as bank accounts, education funds, investments and other valuable personal property.
Murfreesboro Bankruptcy Protection Attorneys
Through the use of exemptions in the state of Tennessee, it is possible to protect assets that include:
- Education funds
- Employee contributions to retirement plans
- Unemployment compensation benefits
- Workers’ compensation benefits
- Family pictures and heirlooms
- Money and funds on deposit with a bank
- Cars and vehicles
- Homes and properties
It is important to speak with a lawyer to learn more about state and federal exemptions and the protection of your assets in the bankruptcy process. If you are concerned about losing your property, our firm can help while pursuing debt relief.
Contact Our Goodlettsville Asset Protection Lawyers
Take the time to learn more information about asset protection and bankruptcy in Tennessee. Contact us at Rothschild & Ausbrooks to schedule a free initial consultation.